Eminex® | AlzChem
Eminex®: Climate protection made easy


Eminex® is an additive for liquid manure and biogas digestate, which has the following scientifically proven benefits:


  • Long term suppression of methane and CO2 emissions during slurry storage
  • Less floating layer formation and lower necessary storage volume
  • Better fertilising effect of the slurry
  • More work safety and animal welfare through lower hydrogen sulfide emissions in the pig barn


Martin Eberl

Martin Eberl

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2021-10-27 to 2021-10-28
AlzChem with Creamino® at the Feedinfo Summit in Genf AlzChem is hosting a round table discussion on "How do emerging global megatrends and economic challenges impact poultry diets?" at this year's Feedinfo summit in Geneva.  The event,...
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